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    • Americans across the country rally for every vote to be counted. Some want to stop the count (Fortune)
    • Environmental resilience wins on Bay Area ballots (Greenbelt Alliance)
    • 15 of 18 transit measures passed (Mass Transit)
    • Renewable energy won a few local elections (The Verge)
    • Prop 22, written by Uber and Lyft, passes (Route Fifty)
    • San Joaquin gets state grant for sustainable transportation projects (Escalon Times)
    • Tulare dairy farms get millions to reduce methane emissions (The Sun Gazette)
    • U.S. has officially withdrawn from the Paris Climate Agreement, but states still work towards its goals (Capital Public Radio)
    • How do you decarbonize air travel? (Eos)
    • San Diego moves to preserve existing affordable housing (KPBS)
    • Imagine modern cities without cars (Treehugger)
    • Scooters too quiet (Cities Today)
    • Who will be next head of CARB? (Politico)
    • Newsom urges state agencies to find savings from "permanent telework" (Sacramento Bee)

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